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Cerulean/Silent Trigger by BACK-ON

BACK-ON is a Japanese rock band from Tokyo, Japan. They are recognized for creating anime and game opening themes such as the Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology 2 opening theme, "fly away"; Air Gear opening theme, "Chain"; Murder Princess opening theme "Hikari Sasuhou (fk Metal ver.)" and Eyeshield 21s "Blaze Line". etc., although they have also written ending themes for both anime and TV shows. These include "flower" and "a day dreaming..." for Eyeshield 21, and "Butterfly" for the late-night TV drama Shinjuku Swan, and most recently "Sands of Time" for the mobile robot TV drama Keitai Sousakan 7 and "Strike Back" for the continued run of the shounen anime series Fairy Tail.

Gundam Build Fighters Try Cerulean/Silent Trigger by BACK-ON

In 2013/14, the band composed and performed two opening themes for the anime, Gundam Build Fighters, called "Nibun no Ichi" (ニブンノイチ, "One Half") and wimp ft. Lil' Fang (from FAKY); the latter features vocals by Lil' Fang from the band FAKY and aired from episode 14 onwards. Both singles were released as three versions: CD-only, CD+DVD (with videos) and CD + gunpla plastic model.

In the late 2014, the band had also composed and performed their latest opening theme for the anime, Gundam Build Fighters Try the second season of Gundam Build Fighters, called "Cerulean" (セルリアン).


  • Kenji03 - Lead vocals, mc, Rhythm guitar (2002–present)
  • Teeda - mc, Rap vocals (2002–present)
  • Gori - Bass (2002–present)
  • Shu - Lead guitar (2002–present)
  • Former Members

  • Macchin - Drums (2002–2006)
  • Icchan - Drums (2006–2011)

  • Stereopony

    From Generasia
    Namida no Mukou by Stereopony

    Stereopony (ステレオポニー) was a three-piece rock band from Okinawa signed to Sony Music Entertainment. Their debut single, "Hitohira no Hanabira" is the seventeenth ending theme song for the anime BLEACH. On October 2nd, 2012, the band announced that they are disbanding due to the members wanting to go different directions.

    Stereopony entered Sony Music Japan's Teen Rock Festival 2008 as a four-piece girl band from Okinawa. They were part of the third stage in Fukuoka, entering with the song "TEARS", and were eventually signed with Sony (albeit as a three-piece band). In 2009, Stereopony was chosen to sing the second opening theme for the anime Mobile Suit Gundam 00, "Namida no Mukou". The single reached #2 on the Oricon weekly charts and became their first hit. In 2009, while visiting a studio, YUI decided to write a song for Stereopony, "I do it". Their debut album "Hydrangea ga Saiteiru" was released in June 2009.


  • AIMI (原国愛海 Haraguni, Aimi) - Vocals/Guitar
  • NOHANA (北島乃花 Kitajima, Nohana) - Bass
  • SHIHO (山入端志帆 Yamanoha, Shiho ) - Drums
  • Former Members

  • SAKI (新城早紀 Shinjo, Saki) - Guitar


    From Generasia

    BUMP OF CHICKEN (バンプ・オブ・チキン) is a Japanese rock band signed to TOY'S FACTORY label and managed by LONGFELLOW. They are from Chiba Prefecture and were formed in 1999.

    BUMP OF CHICKEN is a band hailing from Sakura City, Chiba Prefecture. The members have known each other as friends since childhood, going to the same kindergarten. Although separated at elementary school, the four of them reunited while attending West Usui Junior High School.

    BUMP OF CHICKEN was formed by Masu Hideo and Fujiwara Motoo during their second year of Junior High when they were 14 years old. At first they played Beatles' music at school festivals before beginning to write their own music, for the most part, in English. During their high school years, they participated in several music competitions, (such as 96TMF, Beat Rush 1996), and won.

    The band released their first limited CD, "BUMP OF CHICKEN" on the October 25th, 1998. They had a hard time managing their time at the studio, since some of their members were preparing for college exams.

    1999 saw the release of their first indie album: FLAME VEIN. Soon after, they followed with THE LIVING DEAD on March 25th, 2000. Their second single, "Diamond", was the first release under TOY'S FACTORY. Their third single, "Tentai Kansoku", marks the first step for them on the top ten list of Japan's Oricon Charts.

    Most of their songs and almost all of their lyrics are written by Fujiwara Motoo. The lyrics are long and sometimes complicated, yet poetic and "storyful."


  • Motoo Fujiwara (藤原基央 Fujiwara, Motō): Vocal & Guitar
  • Hiroaki Masukawa (増川弘明 Masukawa, Hiroaki): Guitar
  • Yoshifumi Noai (直井由文 Naoi, Yoshifumi): Bass
  • Hideo Masu (升秀夫 Masu, Hideo): Drums


    From Generasia

    SCANDAL is a Japanese pop-rock girl band from Osaka, Japan. Formed in August 2006 by four high school girls, they started playing street lives until they were noticed and signed to the indie label Kitty Records. In 2008, they released three singles and a mini-album while performing shows in the United States, France, and Hong Kong. That October, SCANDAL released their major debut single, "DOLL", under EPIC Records Japan.

    The band has performed the theme songs for many anime, including "Shoujo S" for BLEACH, "Shunkan Sentimental" for FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST: Brotherhood and "Yoake no Ryuuseigun" for Pokémon. With numerous overseas performances and anime theme songs, SCANDAL has built a considerable international fanbase.


  • HARUNA (小野春菜 Ono, Haruna) – Vocals, guitar
  • MAMI (笹崎まみ Sasazaki, Mami) – Guitar, vocals
  • TOMOMI (小川ともみ Ogawa, Tomomi) – Bass, vocals
  • RINA (鈴木理菜 Suzuki, Rina) – Drums, vocals